Grange Resort Hervey Bay
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... so good me, Libby and Johanna had two each! Afterwards we cut inland to Lake McKenzie and were greeted by crystal clear water and white silica sand...paradise except for the wind and clouds which made swimming pretty chilly! Had a chuckle at all the dingo signs before swapping buses (onto the two day tour) and setting off again. Hadn't gone very far before we spotted a dingo! It came really close to the bus and was ...
... comms and navigation. 3. Wendy and I liked the one country at a time concept (although we briefly entered Austria) but it did become a little repetitive occasionally. While the villages, towns and cities each had their unique features, some of the "stunningly beautiful" palaces and cathedrals in Bavaria started to look similar. Maybe at least two or three culturally different countries (Germany, Austria ...
... to flooding (water level marks on the wall showed it had come up to my mid thigh). However, their sign assured us they would be up and running the next morning (we read this on the sign as the baker was sweeping water out of their building and into the parking lot). These tough Aussies…. Storm Schmorm… it’s just a little water. Don’t you worry mate, we will have things up and running in no time….!
Let's see what the rest of Queensland has in store for us...
... island from overhead. Skimming along the ocean we saw sharks feeding in the shallows (no swimming on that side of the island ever as sharks are always there). Moving inland, we saw numerous sandblows (fierce winds blow the beach sand up into the forested area - one of them covers a very large area & there is concern whether the vegetation will ever recover) & several freshwater lakes. We thoroughly enjoyed seeing the island from the air. After a buffet lunch at ...
... you're not supposed to go anywhere without at least one or two other people. It's the pack mentality that keeps you safe if you were to encounter aggressive dingos. And if they do attack, you're supposed to keep a poking stick with you aswell to defend yourself and hit them away (so sketch!). Dingos are attracted to the smell of food, and the night before a couple in our group left an apple pit in one of their backpacks. When they returned to their camp they found it ripped ...